WorkShops in the Library - Back to The Basics with Pete Law, Why the Exposure Triangle is Completely Useless! Bracken Ridge Library Meeting Room - 7.15-9.30pm
About this event:
Created by Pete Law
All are welcome to attend. Bring your camera and tripod, we might go outside…and it’s dark!!!
Let’s talk about the Basics in this first in a series of five workshops and clarify some of the mysteries and remove some of the myths.
Boring, I here you say…I can assure you it won’t be! Why the Exposure Triangle is Completely Useless!
Digital cameras have made us all somewhat lazy and in many instances we aren’t familiar with the foundations on which photography stands.
Pete Law will lead the discussion, others may wish to assist. Questions and suggestions from all those attending will be greatly encouraged. For those just starting out to those who may consider themselves more experienced and able to advise others.
By all means, bring your cameras, analogue or digital, we don’t discriminate!
As the Meeting Room in the Library is smaller than the Community Hall, numbers may be limited to around 20 attendees, so it is vitally important that you RSVP here.
Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided by the Library which you can access throughout the workshop. It will be a fun night to be enjoyed by all.